Soybean Sudden Death Syndrome


By Dr. John C. Rupe
Department of Plant Pathology
University of Arkansas
jrupe@uark.edu

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Summary:

Sudden Death Syndrome is an important soil-borne disease of soybean that threatens high-yield environments in North and South America. This presentation covers background, identification, and other important information related to SDS.


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